Judgments handed out in court

From staff reports

The Winston County Circuit Court had many judgments handed down in October and November.

The cases covered manslaughter, molestation, DUIs, drug convictions and theft. The cases handled in the court were:

• Elihue Thompson pleaded guilty to negligent manslaughter and received 10 years with 5 years of supervised probation. • Gary Lauderdale was found guilty of touching a child for lustful purposes and received 15 years in prison. • Kenneth Jackson pleaded guilty to sale of cocaine and received 18 years with 13 to serve and with 5 years of post release supervision. • Johnny Fulwiley was found guilty of embezzlement and received 10 years with 5 years to serve and 5 years of post release supervision. • Justin McDonald was found guilty of uttering forgery and received 9 years with 4 years to serve and 5 years of post release supervision. •Andrew Macon was found guilty of possession of cocaine and received 15 years with 10 to serve and 5 years of post release supervision. • Christina Young was found guilty of sale of schedule IV drug for 2 counts and 20 years with 7 years to serve and 13 years of post release supervision. • Joe Pratcher pleaded to petit larceny and received 6 month suspended sentence. •Billy Earby pleaded guilty to transfer and sale of schedule IV and III drugs and received 10 years with 5 years to serve and 5 year of post release supervision. • Latroyderick Hughes pleaded guilty to statutory rape 7 years to serve and 5 years of post release supervision. • Derrick Ashford was found guilty of sale of cocaine as a second time offender and received 17 years with 12 years to serve and 5 years of post release supervision. • Quantarus Daniels was found guilty of felony DUI and received 5 years with one year to serve and 4 years of post release supervision. •Artemus McQueen was found guilty of the sale of cocaine and received 16 years with 11 years to serve and 5 years of post release supervision. •Chas Hardin was found guilty of simple assault on an officer and received 5 years with one year to serve and 4 years of post release supervision. • David Paul Greer was found guilty of felony DUI and received 5 years, •Curtis L. Harris was found guilty of possession of a cell phone at a jail facility and received 14 years. • Jeremy C. Reed was found guilty of felony DUI and received 5 years with 1 year to serve and 4 years of post release supervision. • Kenisha Coleman pleaded guilty to conspiracy to utter forgery and received 10 years with 10 years suspended and 5 years of supervised probation. • Anthony Haynes was found guilty of receiving stolen property and received 10 years with 5 years to serve and 5 years of post release supervision. • Johnny Wraggs was found guilty of possession of marijuana and received 3 years. • Brittany Maul was found guilty of identity fraud and received 5 years with 5 years of supervised probation. •Dericus Gale pleaded guilty to sale of schedule III drug and received 10 years with 5 years to serve and 5 years of post release supervision. •Sedrick R. Dixon was found guilty of DUI and received 5 years with 1 year to serve and 4 years of post release supervision. •Glenda E. Horton was found guilty of felony DUI and received 5 years with 1 year to serve and 4 years of post release supervision. • Willie R. Frazier pleaded guilty to sale of hydrocodone and received 13 years with 8 years to serve and 5 years of post release supervision. •Angela Nance pleaded guilty to DUI and received 5 years with 2 year to serve and 3 years of post release supervision. • Jonathan Crocker pleaded guilty to DUI and received 5 years with 1 year to serve and 4 years of post release supervision. • Kent Williams was found guilty of DUI and received 5 years with 1 year to serve and 4 years of post release supervision. • Shayla Graham was found guilty of possession of a cellphone at a correctional facility and received 3 years with 1 year and 1 day to serve and the remaining post release supervision. • Marcus Jordan pleaded guilty to driving under the influence and received five years with 4 suspended with one to serve. • Lakendrick Potts pleaded guilty for driving under the influence and received five years with 4 of post release supervision with one to serve. • Stanley Boykin pleaded guilty for driving under the influence and received five years with 2 of post release supervision with 3 to serve. • Norquita Perry pleaded guilty and received 9 years and 26 days. After serving 26 days, Perry will serve 5 supervised post release and 4 years and unsupervised post release. • Samuel H. Jones pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine as a subsequent offender and received five years. • Terrance Rush pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine as a subsequent offender and received 15 years with 10 years to serve and 5 years under post release supervision. • Myer T. Kelly pleaded guilty to possession of contraband in a correctional facility and received 3 years and 2 to serve and one year of post release supervision. • Marcus Johnson pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and possession of marihuana. He received three years on the first charge and three years on the second charge. Two years suspended with one to serve on first charge and three years suspended on the second with sentencing to run concurrent. • Jasmine Haynes pleaded guilty to driving under the influence and received five years with 4 suspended with one to serve. • Shannon Boussard pleaded guilty to possession of contraband in a correctional facility and received 8 years with one year to serve and seven suspended. • Jerrica Bates pleaded guilty to sale of schedule III control substance. Bates received 10 years with 5 years to serve and 5 years suspended. • Kamee S. Davenport pleaded guilty to embezzlement and received 10 years with all suspended and restitution ordered in the amount of $849.66. • Ricky Shundale Pleas pleaded guilty to stolen property and received 10 years with 5 years to serve and 5 suspended. • and Kendra Stricklin pleaded guilty to uttering counterfeit instrument and received 10 years with 10 years suspended and 5 years of supervised probation and pay $1250 in restitution. Judge Clarence Morgan presided.